Individual Pure Silk Satin Face Mask (Damask Pink)
Our reusable pure Mulberry Silk Face Masks with a filter pocket are made of pure 22 momme Silk Charmeuse, the same material as our award-winning pillowcases, ensuring both comfort and breathability.
Having tried every mask out there, Silk is the easiest and most comfortable to wear against the mouth and nose. It will also prevent irritation and breakouts, due to Silk’s incredible, natural (yet highly technical) qualities.
Each mask is made of 3 layers, with one layer containing a pocket for a filter insert if required. The loops are fully adjustable with a toggle which stays in place so you can get the perfect fit for you.
These also contain a concealed wire to mould around the bridge of the nose.
*** We are now including Cotton Filter Squares with every purchase, owing to recent scientific advice about Silk and Cotton providing 95% protection. The cotton can be inserted or removed as desired. ***
The face mask comes as a single mask, packaged in an organza bag.
100% Pure Silk
Incredibly soft and comfortable to wear
3 Layers of 22 momme Silk Charmeuse with an insert for a filter
Each adult face mask is approx. 19 cm x 12 cm
Adjustable using toggles
Silk regulates temperature, helping to avoid overheating
One single mask in an organza bag
Eco-friendly - all natural and doesn't contribute to landfill
We strongly recommend handwashing, using a detergent suitable for Silk
Leave to dry naturally, flat. (do not hang by the ear loops
Use a detergent suitable for Silk
Please note that these are non-returnable for hygiene reasons.
This is not a medical face mask - this is a fabric mask
Wearing masks is no substitution for social distancing and handwashing
These are being sold to meet the latest developments about having to wear face masks on public transport (UK)
This is a 'source control' mask rather than a 'protection mask' (my mask protects you, and yours protects me)
Health professionals, the elderly and those vulnerable are recommended to use medical masks, according to the WHO Guidance (updated 5th June 2020)